The Randall-Bache papers, 1816-1827.

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The Randall-Bache papers, 1816-1827.

The Randall-Bache papers, 1816-1827.

Contains the following type of materials: correspondence / letters. Contains information pertaining to the following war and time period: 1815-1846; Seminole War. Contains information pertaining to the following military unit and organization: Corps of Artillery; Subsistence (Commissary) Dept.; State Dept. General description of the collection: The Randall-Bache papers include 43 letters from Captain Thomas Randall to Lieutenant Richard Bache (1816-1827). Topics include: Fort Severn, Maryland; Fort McHenry; United States Military Academy (USMA); dueling by officers; J. Calhoun; A. Jackson; J.Q. Adams; H. Clay; W. Crawford; E.W. Ripley; Armbrister-Arbuthnot affair; D. Porter; J. Reed; D. Parker; and Latin America.

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